Late deals explained
An empty home means no rental income, so owners always want to fully book their property wherever possible. Whether their home is available for a couple of days or a number of weeks, owners will often advertise at reduced rates to entice late bookings. It’s a win-win situation, whereby you enjoy a fantastic discount and the homeowner benefits from rental income, albeit at a reduced rate.
Benefits of late deals
There are many ways you can profit from late deals:
The main beneficiary of a late deal is your wallet. Look for big discounts with late deals and save money.
All properties and countries available
All resorts and destinations have a quiet season, which impacts all types and sizes of properties, so you won’t be limited in your search.
Flexibility is key
You can find late deals to sunny hotspots overseas as well as countryside cottages within the UK. With an open mind, you’ll be sure to discover inspiring holiday ideas.
All lengths of stay are possible
With holiday habits changing, late deals aren’t just for Friday evening departures. You can often find windows of opportunity for midweek bookings.
All year round bargains
Owners are desperate to book their property during peak season and will offer late deals to fill gaps or cover cancellations. Search regularly to make the most of late deals at your favourite destinations.
How to look for late deals
Late deals are perfect for when you suddenly have the time and freedom to get away. As soon as you get the urge to spread your wings, you should browse our site for last-minute special offers and late deals. There are also holidaymakers who know when they want to travel in advance but prefer to wait until closer to the time to enjoy late deals. Although this is sometimes seen as risky, the key is to be open minded and flexible. The world is full of amazing destinations waiting to be discovered. With fantastic properties available across the globe at amazing prices, we’re delighted to offer you late deals and help you see more of the world for less.